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Logan Pass

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Glacier National Park Private Full-Day Tour from Whitefish

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Enjoy comfortable, private transportation and a knowledgeable, experienced local guide. Your tour takes away the stress of driving around the park so you can enjoy the day with your family or travel group. Learn about the history of the park and the valley, enjoy the sights, and experience Glacier on this world-class tour.
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MaryEllenM27 wrote a review Dec 2020
Kalispell, Montana15,112 contributions1,616 helpful votes
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Logan Pass Is the Crown of the Continent and the 6,646" high spot on your drive along the famous Going to the Sun Road. It's a gorgeous drive up there to the summit no matter the day you are able to visit. We drive up the Sun Road to Logan Pass several times a year during different months. This year it was near Labor Day weekend and during the Covid restricted year 2020. But BEFORE the first snow of the year closed the Sun Road temporarily on Labor Day weekend. In case you are wondering, that is very very early for the first snow which normally comes later in September. Our drive up that day had been somewhat of a slow-slog behind a long line of cars getting to Logan Pass...but it was still worth it. In fact the extra slowness of the drive allowed us to enjoy the scenery even more and take a few photos right out of the car window in areas where you never get to stop otherwise. The Fall foliage and wildflower colors along the Sun Road on the way up were gorgeous. We are photographers and we prefer to drive up to Logan Pass in the late afternoon because **we have learned over the years that it's much easier to find parking at that time of day. As a bonus the light angles are so much better for photos and the colors pop out better. The Alpine Section of the Going to the Sun Road on the way up to Logan Pass begins at the Loop Hairpin turn and is also called "the drop-off section". It is not as scary as some people expect. There are safety barriers all the way and many places to turn off to catch your breath or take some scenic photographs. The Alpine drop-off Section is really not very long...about 3.5 miles up from the Loop to Logan Pass Summit. Traveling from west to east to Logan Summit you are on the outer lane. Traveling east to west from Logan Summit, you are on the inside lane which some people think it's less scary. Right AT Logan Pass we walked out back of the Visitor's Center and along the first part of the Hidden Lake Trail. Fall wildflowers and small alpine plants were a tapestry of colors and the cute little round eared Picas scampered about us. 360 degree mountain views to die for.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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palpande wrote a review Dec 2020
Portland, Oregon213 contributions80 helpful votes
One of the best National parks in the USA. Amazing drive to the LOgan pass with river/lake on the side where ppl were kayaking on their own. Nice trails along the drive, You can spot bears easily. Lot of mountain goats. Lots of beautiful flowers. Carry your boniculars to spot grizzlies. Keep a bear spray. You will also find snow at the trail. There is a small lake a the top of logan pass. Its a kid friendly hike. I hiked with 8 and 6yrs old. The parking is tight so you might not find spot easily and park on the road side and walk to the trails. Public restrooms are clean. Lot of park rangers everywhere to help and guide. Its a crowded National Park so please carry your masks and your own Water bottles on the hikes. Not all trails at the Glacier Park are kid friendly so read the map before you go on hikes. There are two entrances- West and East,right before you head to the entrace there is a small strip mall area where you can pick up food and water. There are no food options inside the park. Also there is no cell phone signal inside the park. A 7 day pass is the most economic way to go for $35.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Mom2Twincesses wrote a review Nov 2020
Cortez, Florida471 contributions165 helpful votes
We were REALLY hoping to see the long horn sheep or mountain goats, but no luck. We came several different times hoping to catch a peek :/ However, I understand that they're wild animals and totally unpredictable, so no harm done. It was still majestic to see!
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Date of experience: August 2020
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phat_dawg_21 wrote a review Oct 2020
Alpharetta, Georgia9,506 contributions620 helpful votes
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We got lucky and found a parking place in the early afternoon, but it took a few minutes. Park Rangers are there to answer questions and make suggestions, but the building is closed because of Covid. There are a lot of very informative signs and posters to let you know what you are seeing. The restrooms are still open. There is a relatively easy trail to the Hidden Lake Overlook.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mike D wrote a review Oct 2020
Mamou, Louisiana323 contributions136 helpful votes
Beautiful views, a visitor center and small gift shop, and trails. Was very cool and very windy. Wildlife. Parking not easy to come by. Worth the effort.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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